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Grave PerilNd not just of the door slamming boo shouting variety These ghosts are tormented violent and deadly Someone or something is purposely stirring them up to wreak unearthly havoc But why And why do so many of the victims have ties to Harry If Harry doesn't figure it out soon he could wind up a ghost himself. I wanted to take a break from the grim and violence of the Booker International Prize and I thought a bit of Urban Fantasy will do me good Grave Peril was exactly what I needed Pure action fun no need to think and no heaviness in my chest Although people say this is better than the first two I enjoyed the previous efforts The reason might be my not so positive mood in the past weeks This social distancing business is getting too much too bear but we must soldier on so we can beat the invisible monster which is much dangerous than the ones in this book ie vampires and ghosts I enjoyed Michael the new character a magical Christian knight and the fact that we get a glimpse of Dresden's past What I did not like was that the plot was overcrowded too many things were happening and it made me dizzy

Summary Grave Peril

review ð Grave Peril ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ã ❰Download❯ ➺ Grave Peril Author Jim Butcher – An alternative cover edition with a different page count exists hereHarry Dresden WizardLost Items Found Paranormal Investigations Consulting Advice Reasonable Rates No Love Potions An alternative cover edition with a different page count exists hereHarry Dresden WizardLost Items Found Paranormal Investigations Consulting Advice Reasonable Rates No Love Potions Endless Purses or Other EntertainmentHarry Dresden has faced some pretty terrifying foes during his career Giant scorpions. ummm I don't know if I like being in Harry's head

Jim Butcher ´ 8 Read

Oversexed vampires Psychotic werewolves It comes with the territory when you're the only professional wizard in the Chicago area phone bookBut in all Harry's years of supernatural sleuthing he's never faced anything like this The spirit world has gone postal All over Chicago ghosts are causing trouble a. Reviewed by Rabid ReadsBR with my peeps at Buddies Books and BaublesSpecifically Robin Bridge Four Jenny Lila and Steven 35 starsGRAVE PERIL was a kind of awkward installment A year has passed since the end of FOOL MOON and in the interim not only have Harry and Susan stayed together and are now in a committed relationship but at some point Harry and our favorite officers of law enforcement have taken down a Bad Guy sorcerer who was using a demon teenagers drugs orgies and did I mention a DEMON to wreak various havocs in Chicago the latter continually brought up in vague references And that vaguely referenced takedown is the source of this book's plot But we weren't there for that takedown so it feels like we're missing something; that the “vague references” are vague bc we already have the 411 and detailed explanations aren't necessary Even though I knew I KNEW that no I had not accidentally skipped an installment I found myself constantly wanting to check and make sure whispers againBeyond that I had a gaping handful of other small issues beginning with the fact that I don't like ghosts That's part of why I'm not much for steampunk the Victorian obsession with contacting the dead is often inseparable from the gadgetry And the concept of malicious spirits that are strong enough to physically harm the living is rather horrific Mostly bc I can't get past the dead part I mean what do you do when your attacker can't be killed or stopped bc ALREADY DEAD Like Harry himself says There should be some kind of rule against needing to kill anything than once If there's a Winchester handy then well and good but I don't have a Sam or a Dean in my back pocket s the pityI'm not much for vampires either Oh there are versions that I like well enough but in truth they're merely at the top of the Dead Things list And these vampires if someone told me the collouialism bat shit crazy had its origins in this series I would believe them EntirelyThen there's Michael Michael is the illusive true Man of God Were he a real man I would not be surprised if he walked with God; and he was not for God took him Like Enoch Which can be uncomfortable but mostly it's dull And hard to like Everything is very black and white to Michael who is demonstrably disappointed in Harry for beating his Faerie Godmother at her own game that would be manipulation of words and intent aka tricking when the alternative is to allow her to literally own him By the end he was easier to deal with but I'm honestly not sure if that's bc he toned it down or bc I really liked his wife which made me like him by defaultIt's also starting to irritate me how little consistency there is to Harry's abilities A pattern seems to be forming x happens leaving Harry practically powerless then y happens not only re energizing him but giving him a surplus of power as well Further many of the times Harry’s been depleted he somehow manages to dig a little deeper and accomplish the same kinds of things he'd be able to do were he not depleted There's always some searing pain that accompanies these feats presumably to account for the power surge in the midst of weakness but as Harry seems to recover from his injuries at a remarkable rate it feels like smoke and mirrors HAI'm not saying Harry should never encounter obstacles that inhibit his ability to wizard BUT If it continues to happen in every single book frownsALSO Harry says Hell's bells twenty eight timesSo I had a LOT of problems with this book BUT I still enjoyed it Bc no matter what plot point or character issues I had I immensely enjoy Butcher's writing When he's not being a gross boy bc GORE Yes do not ask I refuse to relive it but I will say this if you've already read this book the fork in the WTF button should have special meaning he's created an immensely engaging character in Harry and between his amazing feats of wizardry and yes his adorkableness I find myself able to stamp down the less than thrilling aspects of his storyPlus now there are also interesting plot developments and new characters to counter the mounting exasperation Like Thomas I friggin' LOVE Thomas Speaking of Thomas this is an example of the excellent writing that holds me in thrall The first sound to ring out was neither gunshot nor battle cry but rich silvery laughter It drifted up masculine somehow merry and mocking bubbling and scornful all at once I suinted down through the lights to see Thomas posed like some bizarre post chrysalis incarnation of Errol Flynn one foot up on the stairs hand braced his other hand on the crystalline hilt of his sword His head was thrown back every lean line of muscle on him displayed with the casual disregard of skilled effort Bob is also a consistent source of hilarity AND there was a view spoiler DRAGON hide spoiler